European Joyce Studies


Vol. 24, 2016

Waking "For an Equality of Relations"
These last have wrought but one hour, and thou hast made them equal unto us, which have borne the burden and heat of the day. (Matthew 20:12)Rarely equal and distinct in all things. (fw 306 F7)IRegular or prolonged exposure to Finnegans Wake has significant...
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"A Great Future Behind Him": John F. Taylor's Speech in "Aeolus" Revisited
John F. Taylor's oratory that Joyce fictionally re-enacts in "Aeolus" assumes a pride of place in Ulysses. When asked by Sylvia Beach in 1924 to read a passage from the book, Joyce chose the very speech. According to Beach, the reason Joyce gave for...
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